ACHERON Deny Cancelling Polish Festival Appearance
Despite a promoter's announcement to the contrary, Columbus, Ohio-based black/death metal cult band ACHERON were never confirmed to appear at Poland's Conquer Summer Festival in July, the group allege in an official statement sent to BLABBERMOUTH.NET earlier today. "The band want to make clear that they never agreed to play the fest, nor did they give the promoters to release press statements that they did," the statement reads. "ACHERON drummer Kyle Severn was asked if the band would play the fest, but he never gave an answer telling them he had to talk with the other band members."
Commented band founder Vincent Crowley: "We never agreed to play the fest. There was no way we could, since we are under contract to play the Under The Black Sun fest in Berlin, Germany around the same time. The contract clearly states that ACHERON can not play any other fests while we are over there at that time. ACHERON hope to play Poland in the future, but wants to let it be known that we never cancelled anything!"
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